Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Pleasure of Learning in Porn

I’ll never forget learning how to shoot sex. I had just gotten the green light to shoot my first ever movie and went to Manuel Ferrara for advice. There were dos and don’ts of shooting gonzo sex—certain angles that were most flattering, and certain cut points that made life easier for the editor. Manuel had been shooting for a few years, and had just begun shooting for Evil Angel, so I trusted him to give me sound advice. He told me to bring my camera into the bedroom, where he was bedridden with the flu. I brought my camera into the room, and he pulled back the covers and grabbed our cat’s giant stuffed polar bear from the floor… Continue reading

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Keeping it Real

I had dinner with someone recently—someone who is not in the adult industry, and, if he is to be believed, a person who rarely watches porn.  He asked how it was possible for two people who don’t know each other, … Continue reading

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An American in Paris

I’m writing this blog from Paris, or, more specifically, from a suburb just Southeast of Paris.  I’m halfway through my trip and it’s time for me to book scenes for upcoming shoots in L.A. I will be spending a few … Continue reading

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Sinn Sage is A Force To Be Reckoned With

Last July I shot my first movie in four years. The title is Lesbian Ass Worship.  It is my pride and joy, because it was my first movie back, and I was told, “Do whatever you want.” Naturally I made … Continue reading

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Who Am I, Anyway? – Dana Vespoli

Guess what? I’ve never blogged before.  Can you believe it? I know…I feel like I was raised by wolves or something.  I’ve written scripts, college theses, articles and I regularly tweet, so you’d think blogging wouldn’t be so challenging, but … Continue reading

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